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Hello World!

Hello World!

Hello World! I am Michael Weber

Testing Google Apps Script

Link to the Doc

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 * Creates a Google Doc and sends an email to the current user with a link to the doc.


function createAndSendDocument() {

  try {

    // Create a new Google Doc named ‘Hello, world!’

    const doc = DocumentApp.create(‘Hello, world!’);

    // Access the body of the document, then add a paragraph.

    doc.getBody().appendParagraph(‘This document was created by Michael Weber using Google Apps Script.’);

    // Get the URL of the document.

    const url = doc.getUrl();

    // Get the email address of the active user – that’s you.

    const email = Session.getActiveUser().getEmail();

    // Get the name of the document to use as an email subject line.

    const subject = doc.getName();

    // Append a new string to the “url” variable to use as an email body.

    const body = ‘Link to your doc: ‘ + url;

    // Send yourself an email with a link to the document.

    GmailApp.sendEmail(email, subject, body);

  } catch (err) {

    // TODO (developer) – Handle exception

    Logger.log(‘Failed with error %s’, err.message);



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Michael Weber - Researcher Founder of III.P2 Artificial Intelligence & Computer science, Google Developer, W3C, Web Development, Web Design, OnlineShop Design, SEO, Apps, WordPress, WooCommerce, GitHub, AMP, HTML, CSS, PHP, JAVASCRIPT, Photography, Design, Content, Video and More. Code For The Future

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